In response to several requests for a US-based Helping Mothers Survive (HMS) training, Jhpiego conducted a 2.5-day training of trainers (ToT) in Baltimore, Maryland, for clinicians and program implementers who work with health facilities in some of the most remote parts of the world.
Leslie Mancuso, Jhpiego CEO and President, joined top leaders in the pharmaceutical and medical device industries at a meeting in Singapore in early December. Dr. Mancuso moderated a panel on partnerships between multilateral institutions and global health NGOs that can improve health
This week in Lilongwe, Malawi, Jhpiego’s HIV and TB experts from a huge variety of countries have come together with other clinical leaders and government officials to review Jhpiego’s country programs, share knowledge and experience, and even perform site visits.
Despite recent trends that show a decrease in maternal deaths, maternal survival continues to be a challenge in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), where nearly 15,000 maternal deaths occur each year, often due to preventable complications that occur in health facilities. To impro
Of the four regions in Guinea where Jhpiego works, two have been greatly impacted by the Ebola epidemic, while the other two have had only a few cases since the beginning of the epidemic in early 2014. The maternal and reproductive health data that Jhpiego collects in collaboration wi
Dear Friends and Colleagues, I am pleased to share with you Jhpiego’s Annual Report for 2012. Throughout its 40-year history, Jhpiego has been an organization looking forward, toward the next country in need, the next global health challenge, the next great innovation that will save l